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What next for Mick Davis in strife-torn Guinea?

What next for Mick Davis in strife-torn Guinea?

Rumours of a military coup as 'Mick the Miner' takes stock


11 FEBRUARY 2020

Running for the door

Great mines make good companies, but great minds can produce great ones


  Leonardo Salcedo leans against the massive wheel of a Hitachi EH5000 truck, jacked up ready for...

Central/South America


Great expectations

Tampakan is a massive project and Indophil Resources NL has raised a staggering amount of capital over...



Namibia lead-zinc play into higher gear

Youthful private equity firm Greenstone Resources' staggered US$12 million investment in Namibian zinc-lead...

Base metals

17 JULY 2014

Miner's right: Doing the Glasenberg walk

He might only be chief executive of the world's fourth-biggest mining company, but there is no doubt...


29 NOVEMBER 2013

Miner's right: Green shoots of recovery?

It might be fanciful thinking, but there are signs emerging in the mining world that the keenly awaited...


10 MAY 2013

Glencore's long march to take over Xstrata

At long last, Glencore Interntional plc has overcome the final regulatory hurdle and secured the approval...


26 APRIL 2013

Gem Diamonds gets new finance chief

London-listed Gem Diamonds Ltd said its chief financial officer (CFO), Kevin Burford, had retired after...

Europe/Middle East

03 APRIL 2013

Colombia: Community activism on the rise

Colombia has struggled to shake off its image as a nation wracked with violence and that is synonymous...

Central/South America

01 FEBRUARY 2013

Dominican Republic: A mining industry reborn

The start of production at two new gold mines, Pueblo Viejo and Las Lagunas tailings, made 2012 a very...

Central/South America

25 JANUARY 2013

SA watchdog clears Glencore, Xstrata deal

The South African Competition Tribunal has given the green light to Glencore International plc's takeover...


22 JANUARY 2013